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Helmet camera shows Schumacher accident 'in perfect clarity'

Media have been asked to leave the hospital by Michael Schumacher's wife Corinna Associated Press Enlarge Police investigating Michael Schumacher's skiing accident say the incident was captured "in perfect clarity" by his helmet camera. Patrick Quincy, the French state prosecutor, addressed the media in a press conference in Albertville and said the film from his Go Pro "reconfirms" the information the police already had. The film shows that one of Schumacher's skis hit a rock and that he then fell, hitting his head on another rock. Schumacher was skiing just a few metres from the piste and the rock he hit was eight metres from the piste. Quincy also said the police...
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